Sara Ray
Sydney Houtz
Jaylinn Pellman
Jeb Wagner
Lizzy Miller

Sara Ray
Sara is graduating from MCHS AND MC Academy.

Sara received her CDA through the Academy in December and is working full time at SUMMIT Learning Center.

Activities during school included cheer, dance, volunteering in Children’s Ministries.

Sara would thank to thank Mrs. Mistretta, Mrs. Baker and her parents.

John 3:16

Congratulations Sara!!!

Sydney Houtz

I am currently graduating from Juniata High School.

I will be attending Liberty University this coming fall.

I am involved in swimming, track and field, cross country, SWEETS club, SADD club, National Honor Society, TEAM, newspaper club, and yearbook club.

My favorite Bible verse is Colossians 3:12-14.

Congratulations Sydney!!!

Jaylinn Pellman

Graduating from Mifflin County High School and The Academy

Member of the Big Valley FFA, holds the officer position of Chaplin.

4-H clubs that Jaylinn has been involved in: Beef, Goat, Poultry, Lamb, Dairy Feeder and Rabbit.
Farm Show Participant   Health and Fitness

Future Endeavor is to study Acupuncture and oriental medicine.

"Always choosing to be thankful"

Jaylinn, How can your mother and Father explain our pride of you.  Not just for us alone, but you are such an example of joyful effort in the things you do. You have taken yourself, and many with you to join in your achievements.  We believe in your ability to mentor both younger and older by your efforts, example and GREAT HEART, in all the joyful things you do!  Always making the best, better. Love Mom and Dad

Congratulations Jaylinn!!!

Jeb Wagner 

Jeb is graduating from Belleville Mennonite School and will be attending Mansfield University to obtain a degree in the medical field.

His favorite Bible passage is Philippians 4:7: And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Jeb's favorite memory from BMS is "playing games and talking with my friends in study hall, specifically last year and this year."

The most positive thing learned in recent weeks: "I found a way to keep myself motivated, sticking to my own schedule, and adapting to the new lifestyle of this time."

Congratulations, Jeb!!!

Elizabeth Miller 

I’m graduating from Mifflin County High School

Attending Grove City College for elementary and special education

Involved in pawsitivity club, field hockey for six years, work at OIP Burnham and also babysit, cantare, and district choir.

I want to thank my family and friends for helping me become the person I am today and being there when I was going through the hardest point of my life.

Psalms 46:1-2

Congratulations Lizzy!!!


To help the students of CBC grow in their faith and become mature followers of Christ.

CBC Youth is geared for grades 6-12. We realize that there is a large difference in maturity, both emotionally and spiritually, within this age group. Therefore we do split the groups up regularly to allow for more age focused discipleship. For the purpose of our ministry, Senior High (Sr. High, SH) is defined as grades 9-12, and Junior High (Jr. High, JH) is defined as grades 6-8. We realize that this can be confusing as different school systems in the area split these grades differently, but we feel this is the best divisions of grades within our current setup.


Sunday School                       9:45 am

Junior High (6th-8th grade) and Senior High (9th-12th grade) divide up to study the Bible in a way that is relevant to their age.

Wednesday Night Live          6:30-8:00 pm


During the school year we offer an amazing night filled with fun, fellowship, worship, scripture and discussion.  We typically kick things off with a time of hanging out from about 6-6:30. We have a café that offers drinks, candy, and hot pockets for a nominal fee.  Students are encouraged to come and spend time with friends and our cool youth leaders. At 6:30 we have a time of games and videos that are just plain fun. Following that is a time of worship that our youth help lead.  The leader brings a message that is relevant to what our students are facing. Finally, we have discussion groups that students divide into lead by our youth leaders. During this time, our students discuss questions that take the message a little deeper and find ways to apply it to their lives. Our discussion groups are where our youth leaders build relationships with your student. Often these groups will meet outside of normal youth activities to develop deeper relationships. Throughout the year, we will be having some theme nights in which the students will be invited to dress up according to the theme. Awards will be given out for the best outfit.